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Luxury, Prestige and Grandeur: the Mansions and Daily Life of the Social Elite of the Roman Near East during the 1st-6th Centuries CE

17-Shulamit-MillerBlogBy: Shulamit Miller, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, R. and E. Hecht Fellow

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Ashley Fiutko Arico

The Context of Ancient Egyptian Statuary in the Levant

Ashley Fiutko AricoBy: Ashley Fiutko Arico, The Johns Hopkins University, George A. Barton Fellow

The presence of Egyptian material culture in the … Read more

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Krzysztof Nowicki

Migrations or Acculturations?

The Relationship between Settlement Changes in the Aegean and the Levant during the Chalcolithic/Early Bronze (3800-3000 BC) and the Late

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Yinglan Zhang

A Comparative Study of the Origins of Cavalry in the Ancient Near East and China

Yinglan Zhang

By: Yinglan Zhang, Shaanxi Provincial Office of Cultural Heritage, China, Noble Group Fellow

Cavalry was one of the dominant military … Read more

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Who is Who in the Ur III Dynasty

From the Archives of the Distribution Center in Puzriš-Dagan (modern Drehem)

Wu Yuhong (1)By: Yuhong Wu, Northeast Normal University, China, Noble Group
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Haihua Tian

Biblical Monotheism and Translating the First Commandment in the Chinese Context

Haihua Tian

By: Haihua Tian, Sichuan University, Noble Group Fellow

Archaeology plays a significant social scientific role in understanding the world of … Read more

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Dong Xiuyuan

Pagan Monotheism in the Early Islamic Period

Dong XiuyuanBy: Dong Xiuyuan, Shandong University, China
Noble Group Fellow

Pagan Monotheism refers to a different (if not independent) type of … Read more

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Laura Wright

Continuity & Discontinuity in the LB IIB/Iron I Transition

A Study of Glyptic Technology and Iconography

10-Laura-Wright-blogBy: Laura Wright, Johns Hopkins University
Educational and Cultural Affairs Fellow

During the … Read more

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Desert Devotions

Ritual Deposition, Storage and Disposal in the Iron Age  Wilderness of the Southern Levant

9-Andrea-Creel-blogBy: Andrea Creel, University of California-Berkeley,
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The Fabric of Society: Textile Production Workshops in the Southern Levant

A Case Study From Iron Age Tell es-Safi/Gath

8-Deborah-Cassuto-blogBy: Deborah Cassuto, Bar-Ilan University
Ernest S. Frerichs/Program Coordinator

During the academic … Read more

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Philistine Pottery in the Core and Periphery

Production Centers, Stylistic Groups and Individual Artists

7-Linda-Meiberg-blogBy: Linda Meiberg, University of Pennsylvania
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

The … Read more

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Tel Miqne-Ekron during the Late Bronze Age

Field INW/SW – The Acropolis Summit

6-AnnK1-blogBy: Ann E. Killebrew, The Pennsylvania State University
National Endowment of the Humanities FellowRead more

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Rollston

Royal Assassination in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East: A Brief Synopsis

5-Chris-Rollston2-blogBy: Christopher A. Rollston, Tel Aviv University/George Washington University
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

Royal assassinations were not particularly … Read more

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Aerial photograph of Marj Rabba, Areas AA and BB, taken from a hexacopter using a GoPro (Photo by A.C. Hill).

New Data on the Chalcolithic Period

Marj Rabba and the Galilee Prehistory Project

4-Yorke-Rowan-BlogBy: Yorke Rowan, The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
National Endowment for the
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Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-Witchcraft Rituals

Tzvi-AbuschBy: Tzvi Abusch, Brandeis University
Annual Professor

I was in residence at the Albright Institute in Jerusalem from January – … Read more

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European Steppe Nomads in the Military History of the Near East

2-Anatoly4By: Anatoly Khazanov, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Seymour Gitin Distinguished Professor

During my residence at the Albright Institute as a Seymour … Read more

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Seeing God(s) in Temples, the Heavens, and in Model Shrines: A Problem in Ancient Metaphysics

1-Ziony-Zevit2By: Ziony Zevit, American Jewish University, Los Angeles
Seymour Gitin Distinguished Professor

In the 21st century, we have access to … Read more

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Roast and Toast of Retiring Albright Director, Sy Gitin [Video]

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Introduction to Archaeology and the New Testament (Mandarin Language)

By: Wenhua Shi, Independent Researcher
2012 – 2013 Noble Group Fellow
W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

Wenhua Shi

Wenhua Shi

There … Read more

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Saro Wallace

Travels Through Time: Imagining Migration in the Early Aegean

By: Saro Wallace, University of Heidelberg
2012 – 2013 Glassman Holland Research Fellow
W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

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